Directed by Amanda Lipitz, the award-winning documentary “Step” opens today at the Yonge-Dundas Cineplex, starring Blessin Giraldo, Cori Grainger, Tayla Solomon, Gari McIntyre and Paula Dofat. The documentary follows the Lethal Ladies of BLSYW (Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women),
Enjoy this free event full of dance showcases from many of the various communities that are fortunate to call Canada their home! Take part in Toronto’s largest line dancing party! Here is a video clip from last year: Canada Day
Youth Day is a free annual non-profit celebration at Yonge-Dundas Square that attracts over 20,000 visitors. The family event features over 10 hours of dance and music performances on two outdoor stages. Deamed the “largest festival of its kind,” it
Don’t miss the free outdoor movie series at Yonge-Dundas Square, “Dancing in the Dark”, which kicks off June 28, 2011 with a screening every Tuesday night through to August 30. All movies start at sundown! June 28 – Paris is
The CIBC IIFA Bollywood Moves Dance Competition will award one lucky man and one lucky woman the opportunity to perform on stage at the upcoming 2011 International Indian Film Academy Awards to be held in Toronto on June 25, 2011.
The season premiere of Season 2 of CBC’s highly-rated “Battle of the Blades” will take place at 8pm on September 26, 2010 . Eight hockey players will be paired with eight figure skaters in this elimination-based reality skating competition. Performance
The organizers of Youth Day plan to set a World Record to have the largest number of people gathered in one place to simultaneously dance the ” Twist” during Youth Day festivities at Yonge-Dundas Square on Sunday July 25, 2010.
The Community Folk Art Council of Toronto is pleased to present its 4th Annual Multicultural Canada Day Celebration. Please join us at Yonge-Dundas Square for our 4th annual Multicultural Canada Day Celebrations. Starting at 12 noon, with the singing of
April 29 was designated as day for celebrating dance and dance artists by UNESCO in 1982. This year, celebrated Canadian choreographer Crystal Pite says: “You are dancers, all of you. Life moves you; life dances you … To dance is to heighten
The Toronto City Workers strike did not prevent the recent Salsa on St. Clair Festival, and proves to be no deterent to the launch of the 2009 Caribana Festival either. Thousands packed into Younge-Dundas square yesterday for the official launch